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Oct
12
answered Restrict apache backend access to nginx reverse-proxy only?
Oct
11
answered Using another mailserver and domain because of spam status
Oct
10
comment Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
ok, nothing suspicious; if your browser tells you "TLS1.2" then you probably use the right ssl-version. i'd sugggest you ask qt the nginx-mailinglist, since you'll find better support, since devs are posting there. you should get an answer quickly. forum.nginx.org
Oct
9
comment Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
nginx-version? repo or compiled? os? nginx -V && openssl version
Oct
9
comment Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
ok, then i'd suggest cipher-tuning, and you might want to check with ssllabs.com. and please retest with -c 100
Oct
9
comment Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
no cipher_suites?
Oct
9
answered How to downgrade nginx on Debian?
Oct
9
comment Negative Request Per Second observed?
what plugin do you use to check nginx?
Oct
9
comment Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
can you add your ssl_config, esp. cipher_suites?
Oct
9
answered Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
Oct
9
comment Apache DDOS Prevention
yeah, i overlooked the UA too :) this UA has been seen from other sources as malicious too
Oct
9
comment Apache DDOS Prevention
be carefull when advising such rules; your setup might fit a small site, but will fail when you have many mobile-clients that visit using the same ip via forced proxy. btw, for detectign and blocking ssh-brute-force i'd prefer denyhosts/fail2ban.
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
see my edits above
Oct
8
revised Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
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Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
and there is a special rewrite-log; i'd turn it on on loglevel 5-9 and see whats happening. after this, i'd cd $docroot && find ./ -name '.ht*' -ls ; maybe some file is accidentially placed somewhere else in your docroot
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
strange. what happens when you move the file out of your docroot?
Oct
8
answered Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
Oct
8
answered Apache DDOS Prevention
Oct
8
comment nginx and try_files confusion
no, its not (very time consuming), esp. when considering to have a test environment especially for your case now (that is: someone who needs to test out things first). but, he, it's your uptime
Oct
6
comment FreeBSD Ngnix installation error
btw, what are your configure-options? i see you use dav which must be enabled manually. are you sure you have arut-nginx-dav-ext-module available?